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WSU small grains team launches email update service

PULLMAN, Wash. – Washington State University Extension is offering updates of research-based information about dryland farming through a free email subscription service.

Farmers and crop consultants can sign up at to receive emails from WSU and extension researchers about trending agricultural topics and perspectives. Updates also can be found on the web at

The WSU small grains team also connects with farmers via Facebook at and Twitter at

To learn more, contact Blythe Howell at 509-335-1719 or


News media contact:
Blythe Howell, WSU Extension communications, 509-335-1719,


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